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Truly Nolen Announces South Miami and Hollywood (Fla.) Managers


Fania Montenegro has been named manager of the company’s South Miami location, and Malik Mantro is branch manager of its Hollywood, Fla., branch.

| March 27, 2014

MIAMI — Truly Nolen announced that Fania Montenegro has been named manager of the company’s South Miami location, and Malik Mantro is branch manager of its Hollywood, Fla., branch.

Montenegro, a Deerfield Beach native, constantly makes sure her team knows they can count on her for anything. The collaborative atmosphere, in addition to the company’s successful history, is what drew Montenegro to Truly Nolen in the first place.

“I was attracted to Truly Nolen because they are family-owned, with a history of stability and growth,” said Montenegro. “They have developed a very effective training program.”

Montenegro is responsible for the day-to-day service and administrative operations of the South Miami branch as well as training and new business ventures.

“Fania has a strong management background,” said Lance Washington, District Manager for South Florida. “She does a great job of connecting with both staff and customers and embraces Truly Nolen’s core values.” 

Mantro spent years in marketing and operations management positions and initially sought a position within the pest control industry because it required less traveling. The Brooklyn native enjoys a challenge and that’s exactly what he has found with Truly Nolen.

“One great thing about this job is that I get to meet new people every day,” said Mantro. “I’m constantly thinking of ways to improve internally and externally; it really breaks the monotony that I’ve found at other jobs.”

As branch manager, Mantro fosters relationships between customers and employees by ensuring maximum efficiency and service.

“Since joining the Truly Nolen family, Malik has proven his skills as a leader,” said Rafael Masferrer, Broward, Palm Beach and Brevard County District Manager. “His desire to develop potential in others makes him the perfect choice to lead and support the Hollywood team.”


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